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Resident Appreciation Week

 
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Resident Appreciation Week Hot

Written by Rachel Brewster On  May 27, 2011   3600   4
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This week we had events for every day of the week for our low income senior residents. Monday we had a safety fair. The local police department, emergency management and our security company passed out valuable information, along with extra prizes for the residents. Tuesday we had a health fair where we had several home health agencies, department on aging educated our residents on everything they have to offer, as well as providing lunch and prizes. Wednesday was our pamper yourself day. We had a local cosmetology school provide free manicures while a local massage therapist donated her time to give chair massages. Wednesday night we had an American Idol finale party where we watched the finale on the big screen T.V. A local agency donated ice cream floats for the event. Thursday the apartment staff, along with my children, provided a car wash for the residents and washed the outside windows of each apartment. Friday we had a WII bowling tournament between all of the residents in the morning. In the evening, Cox Communications provided the meat and sodas for our BBQ. We had a barbershop quartet perform and ended the evening watching a classic movie on the big screen T.V.

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Rachel Brewster

Great turnout

I forgot to add that we had a much greater turn out for each of the events. The residents loved it! We had several local business donate door prizes. I think we may have spent a total of $300 for everything. We were able to get most everything we needed donated.

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